THE BULLERI PROFESSIONAL BUILDING is proud to have donated its facility May 9-11, 2014 to be used as the location for Ganesha FilmWorks, LLC to photograph and record scenes for their latest production “Diary of a Mad Scientist’s Assistant”. This is the third time that Dino Bulleri, owner of Prescott’s high-tech hi-rise, has welcomed burgeoning film artists to allow development of their artistic talent and to support the Prescott Film Festival, administered by Helen Stephenson.
THE BULLERI PROFESSIONAL BUILDING SUPPORTS NON-PROFIT COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES AND DOWNTOWN BUSINESS START-UP ACTIVITIES!
We were delighted to provide space in The Bulleri Professional Building, Suite 306 for the “Priceless Prom Project,” coordinated by Diane R. DeLong, Sr. Program Manager of Catholic Charities’ North Star Youth Partnership. For the past five years, North Star Youth Partnership has been coordinating the Priceless Prom Project which was designed to lighten the financial burden that attending prom often causes. It’s also a great “pay it forward” recycling project! This year Tri City College Prep and Yavapai College Honors Department helped co-sponsor the event.
Generous community residents and businesses help make it possible by providing new or nearly new dresses, purses, shoes, jewelry, tuxedos and other accessories that are distributed free of charge during the event on a first-come, first-serve basis. This year, Dino Bulleri, owner of the Bulleri Professional Building, generously donated space to hold the March 25-28 event. A total of 435 dresses and 60 suits and tuxedos were donated this year and distributed to 120 teens throughout the tri-city area.
Special thanks to Dino Bulleri and Judy Brewer from the Bulleri Professional Building; Steve Harms from Artisans Cleaners for cleaning several of the dresses; Keri Milliken, Tri-City College Prep Principal and Tri-City College Prep staff; Joan Fisher & Yavapai College Honors Department; Emily Andreasky; Bill Batzli; Jo Zutell; Smart Girls Fashion Resale & Jamie Goeringer and Joanne Golleher; Formally Yours; Dr. Patrick Kadrmas; Dee Toci; and Steve and Kathy Sischka. The Priceless Prom Project is about more than fashion. It is truly about helping young people feel good about themselves inside and out. This is especially true for teens that just want to be accepted or fit in with others. Thank you to all for making this year’s event possible.
We made approx. 3000 square feet of space available to this non-profit program. The space included many small offices, which were used as private fitting rooms.